Avenue of Honour

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

The Albany Avenue of Honour in Apex Drive was planted in 1955 to 1956 and replaced the original avenue planted in 1921 in Middleton Road. It honours those who fell in World War One, World War Two and the Korean War.

Large gum trees line the Avenue of Honour on Apex Drive – the road to the top of Mount Clarence. At the base of each tree is the name of a soldier lost at war.

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